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Prophetic Poetry – When Uzziah Died.

Isaiah 6:1-8 as told by Tiwago:In that time when King Uzziah died,I saw the One upon His high throne;And the holy hem of His sacred robe,Filled the vast space lying before me.Six-winged Seraphim hovered above:Only two wings kept them … [Read More...]

PreacherRich.com | Do Over [Book]

Do Over by Jon Acuff (New York City, New York: Portfolio / Penquin, 2015) Ever feel like you don’t know exactly what you want to do with your life? Know who else feels that way? Everyone.” – Jon Acuff I just finished reading “Do … [Read More...]

John Meunier | Making sense of bucket three

United Methodist pastor and author Adam Hamilton was gracious enough to engage in a Twitter exchange with me recently, which given all the important things he has to do is likely not the best use of his time. Hamilton has a proposed a principle of … [Read More...]

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Prophetic Poetry – When Uzziah Died.

Isaiah 6:1-8 as told by Tiwago:In that time when King Uzziah died,I saw the One upon His high throne;And the holy hem of His sacred robe,Filled the vast space lying before me.Six-winged Seraphim hovered above:Only two wings kept them … [Read More...]

Sexuality and The Duggar Scandal

Is there anyone who has not heard the sad and scandalous news about Josh Duggar of 19 Children and Counting fame? The TV show has now been cancelled. Far more, that family has just had their carefully constructed and controlled lives deconstruct and … [Read More...]

Church Decline | Abandoned Church

5 ways churches inflicted pain on themselves

(RNS) Let’s be clear: The much-heralded “decline of Christianity in America” isn’t about God losing faith in humankind. It isn’t about losing our moral compass thanks to whatever you happen to loathe. It isn’t about fickle millennials. It isn’t … [Read More...]

Can You Be a Christian Without Believing in Christ?

Can you be a Christian without believing in Christ?

(RNS) The rise of the “nones” — Americans who no longer check a religious affiliation on demographic surveys — has stirred up interesting conversations among church leaders. A generation ago, many Americans would have been considered “nominal” in … [Read More...]

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